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Analysis in the Journal of Applied Physics uses 'constructal law' to witness the evolution of airplane designs over time and predict the future of aerospace design
Max Scherzer leads Major League Baseball in wins. As a pitcher for the Detroit Tigers, he hasn't lost a game this season.
Why is it that the same teams seem to dominate the annual men's collegiate basketball tournament?
NEWTON, Mass., Nov. 30, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- General Compression, Inc.
In the record books, the swiftest sprinters tend to be of West African ancestry and the faster swimmers tend to be white.
While the evolution from the Neolithic solid stone wheel with a single hole for an axle to the sleek wheels of today's racing bikes can be seen as the result of human ingenuity, it also represents how animals, including humans, have come to move more efficiently and quicker over millions of years on Earth.
A Duke University engineer has found the "golden ratio" to be a compelling springboard to unify vision, thought and movement under a single law of nature's design.
While watching swimmers line up during the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, former Olympic swimmer and NBC Sports commentator Rowdy Gaines quipped that swimmers keep getting bigger, with the shortest one in the current race towering over the average spectator.
Living beings and inanimate phenomena may have more in common than previously thought.
What do a tree and the Eiffel Tower have in common?
- Withering but not falling off, as a blossom that persists on a twig after flowering.